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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of motivate.
- adj. Enthusiastic, especially about striving toward a goal.
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- adj. Having a strong motive; -- of people. Opposite of
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- adj. provided with a motive or given incentive for action
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"I was kind of motivated from the outing last night," Sosa said.
To characterize this suit as commercially motivated is either ignorant of the facts or malevolent.
The secret to being continuously motivated is realizing why your whole focus shifts after you nearly lose something very important (like your health or freedom).
Remaining motivated is one of the hardest parts of working for yourself.
The new strategy also requires that veteran players, who are typically more enthused about winning than the chance to play, remain motivated through the difficult times ahead.
Possible selves involve images and senses, approximating what people actually experience when they are engaged in motivated or goal-directed behaviour.
Waking up and still be motivated is much harder, and it sounds like you did that.
Whether or not Wilson's kindergarten liar, liar pants on fire outburst can be considered racially motivated is a moot point.
My understanding of the Rwandan genocide was that it was again motivated by an extreme hatred of one group for another, and sparked an ethnic cleansing.
Also why the diappragm has never been the top method, despite its ease of use, and high effectiveness in motivated couples.